Daisy has been with the DeWitt Veterinary Hospital healthcare team since May of 2009. She started out as a veterinary assistant and has been the office manager since 2011. She is most at home taking care of our client base & is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the practice, scheduling, and staff development. Daisy currently resides in Haslett with her husband, 2 children, one very demanding kitty cat named Paulie, and a German Shepherd named Ruby. When she is not spending time with her family, Daisy enjoys attempting to be crafty, cooking, reading, and event planning!
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Jess graduated from the Veterinary Technology program at Michigan State University in 2011. Jess is currently working towards becoming specialized in Emergency and Critical Care. She worked in private practice for 3 years before returning to MSU as an LVT in the Emergency/Critical Care department. Jess worked at Dewitt Veterinary Hospital while achieving her LVT and missed working with healthy and happy pets! In addition to working at MSU's Emergency/Critical Care Dept, she is now part time with DeWitt Veterinary Hospital. Jess resides in the Laingsburg area with her husband, 3 dogs (Izzie, Peggie, & Ziggie), 2Cats (Tootsie and Oberon), and a Russian Tortoise (Dr. Sheldon Cooper).
Tina has been with DeWitt Veterinary Hospital since September of 2005 as a receptionist and veterinary assistant. She lives in Bath with her two dogs, Mylee and J.J (pictured above), four cats, one rabbit, her horse Dakota, a donkey named Willy, and a miniature horse named Peanut. Tina enjoys gardening, reading, horseback riding, and spending time with her family.
Annie has been a member of the DeWitt Vet team since November of 2014. Annie is enrolled in the Veterinary Technology program at Michigan State University, ultimately she hopes to work in the large animal sector of veterinary medicine. She currently lives with her rescued English Setter, Kevin, and 2 cats.
Emily has been with the DeWitt Veterinary team since August of 2017. She is in her senior year as an Animal Science major at Michigan State University and will be applying to veterinary school in the near future. In her free time, Emily enjoys traveling, playing on the Women's Club Ice Hockey team at MSU and hanging with her cat, Oliver.